Postępowanie kliniczne w dwóch przypadkach pierwszych mlecznych zębów trzonowych o nietypowej budowie

Translated title of the contribution: Clinical management of primary mandibular first molars with atypical morphology: Report of two cases

Vignesh Palanisamy, Ashwin Rao, Arathi Rao

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Though variations in dental development are not uncommon, dental anomalies are rarer in primary dentition than in permanent dentition. Diagnosing such anomaly remains a challenge for the clinician. Primary mandibular first molars usually have two roots-mesial and distal. This article is a report of two cases with atypical crown and root morphology of the primary mandibular first molars. Both cases discussed had a bilateral crown and root variations where 3 roots were found in the primary mandibular first molars. All the teeth reported in this case report had a broader occlusal table resembling a primary maxillary molar, which posed a challenge during the dental treatment and required certain modifications from the routine procedures. The article focuses on diagnosis and modifications in the routine clinical procedures to be followed for such cases. The article also emphasizes the importance of preoperative radiographs in alerting the clinician to the presenting clinical challenge.

Original languagePolish
Pages (from-to)566-569
Number of pages4
JournalDental and Medical Problems
Volume53
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-10-2016

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In: Dental and Medical Problems, Vol. 53, No. 4, 01.10.2016, p. 566-569.

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